|1.||"The Chisel" (6:26)|
|1.||"Anti Mixdown" (6:54)|
Fresh 86 may well be the best thing to come out of Ipswich since Terry Butcher and his blood stained head bandage. The label has certainly fared better than the town's football team, providing unparalleled entertainment since 1995. The Suffolk imprint's latest missive comes from regular contributors Response and Pliskin, who kick off a strong EP with the dreamy sunrise jungle of "The Chisel" before reaching for the weightiest sub-bass known to man on the punishing brilliance of "Convert". "Anti Mixdown" sees them brilliantly retrace jungle's dub sound system roots with a skittish but gently picturesque roller, before the head of the White House makes a surprise appearance on the melancholic deep jungle of "Walls", where poignant chords wrap around some seriously heavyweight breaks.
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